Voice:Taiwan leader Tsai Ing-wen, who pledged deeper ties with the US at a dinner for a visiting senior State Department official,is clearly playing with fire. If any act of her provacation violates the Anti-Secession Law of China, a war will be set off and Tsai will be wiped out pic.twitter.com/hPZl42dVb1
— Global Times (@globaltimesnews) September 19, 2020
The platform has a history of allowing Communist Party officials to spread propaganda
Twitter appears to have allowed a state-affiliated media outlet in China to make violent threats against Taiwan and its leader, and critics say the tech platform’s inaction on the matter is part of a wider pattern of double standards with its policies.
Last Friday, The Global Times, which Twitter has labeled as “China state-affiliated media” appeared to be threatening war against Taiwan after President Tsai Ing-wen pledged deeper ties with the United States after visiting with U.S. Under Secretary of State, Keith Krach.
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WNU Editor: My prediction is that Twitter will do nothing.